Research seminar – Distributing biotechnology and hardware to advance research and health care
November 24 @ 15:00 – 16:00 CET
Research seminar with Keith Pardee
Where: Lunch room in Gamma-building floor 2 at SciLifeLab. If you don’t have an access card, wait in the SciLifeLab Lobby
When: Thursday 24th November, at 3 pm (The early birds will be served some fika, so be there on time)
Associate professor, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto
Canada Research Chair in Synthetic Biology and Human Health
Co-Director, PRiME, Precision Medicine Initiative, Medicine by Design Investigator
Prof. Keith Pardee is working at the intersection of synthetic biology and human health. His lab is pioneering the development of in vitro devices to host cell-free synthetic gene networks for broad applications in research and human health. Pardee’s research interests include the development of molecular diagnostic tools for communicable diseases like Zika virus, distributed drug manufacturing, and regenerative medicine.
He is also the co-founder of several companies and initiatives including PRiME: A Precision Medicine Initiative, En Carta Diagnostics, Medicine by Design 2.0, LSK Technologies, and Liberum Biotech.